Treasure Island

vincent armone

(1/24/70 / Brooklyn)

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Poets poets and more poets
oh how the words flow here
like rivers of shining words
they pass before the eyes of entranced

Poets poets and more poets
writing for the masses or the solist
matters not for ideas are the gift
the feelings are forever
the power unshakeable

Poets poets and more poets
from the solitude they emerge
to spread truths lies and in betweens
once done they hide
under the cover of the net

Poets poets and more poets
let the heavens falls
the oceans boil
the earth crumble
your words unbreakable
living forever
in an inperfect world

Poets poets and more poets
love to us more the a word

Poets poets and so many more poets
better because

Submitted: Wednesday, January 28, 2009
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